Today is “Giving Tuesday,” a national day of giving to a non-profit organization you care about.
In contrast to summits past where activism was showcased, the displays were almost entirely of rich UN corporate sponsors, including Microsoft, Egyptian Air, Siemens and many private companies
CFACT staff made the rounds, interacting with delegations from around the world gathered at the UN Climate Summit in Egypt
Call it “Sharm el Sheik-down” of the U.S., which is sure to continue here at COP 27. It is the whole point of climate politics – the money. It’s always about the money
CFACT's Craig Rucker and Marc Morano spoof gluing their hands to museum artifact in protest against net zero, green energy mandates
BY MICHELLE MICOT AND LUCIAN PUGLIARESI: To the fearful leaders in our country: step out on your turf and support the domestic oil and gas industries in ways that will build investor confidence and calm market
On Wednesday, CFACT President Craig Rucker delivered a talk to attendees of a local GOP meeting in Cambridge, Minnesota. His topic centered on “Unmasking the Green Left’s Climate Hype” and was well received by those who gathered.
There is nothing voluntary about Biden's transportation policy.
Interesting translated interview we were asked to post by a scientist friend.
My dad used to say, "If you are right you have a reason, if you are wrong, you have an excuse."
Decarbonization is serious stuff, yet should leave the reader laughing.
Power and money.
BY LARRY BEHRENS: “The thing I’m proudest of that we were able to get done in the first term was the Recovery Act. It had $90 billion in clean-energy programs.” -Vice President Joe Biden, May 9, 2013.
BY REP. CAROL MILLER: Our energy crisis is entirely caused by poor policy decisions. Empower energy-producing states, like West Virginia.
Banning modern agriculture and high crop yields?